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Sir Lucas and the Moon OUT NOW

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Here is the official snazzy video for the single, Nobody Knows, off the album, filmed in The Bookshop in Wigtown complete with blurs and glows and such:

So that’s it – Sir Lucas and the Moon is available NOW (yay) Here are all the places in Dumfries & Galloway were you can pick up your copy.

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But it is also available online, on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon MP3.

If you would like a physical copy you can buy them DIRECTLY from meeeee by clicking here.

Thank you for all your amazingness. I honestly couldn’t have done it without you guys

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Sir Lucas and the Moon Pre-orders are LIVE!

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The countdown to the album release is here!!! You can pre-order your own signed copy now and I’M SO EXCITED.

SAVE THE DATE: 14.1.4.14

that’s 2pm (GMT) on the 1st of April 2014

LESS THAN 20 DAYSSSS!

Have a listen to all the snippets to the 10 track album here and tell me your favourite in comments:

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It’s been quite a crazy few months getting all the album stuff ready, and I know it’s taken a while but I wanted to get everything right and it’s been incredibly hard work. I’m not with a record label anymore so this whole album was purely done by me, I mean, everything was done by me. Well obviously I didn’t hand make the CD’s and I have a brilliant engineer and producer, but utterly everything else was all done by yours truly, even all the artwork…

If honest, because of that I’m rather nervous releasing it as I have no idea if it’s genuinely good or I’m being biased. But then again, I know I can be a perfectionist at the best of times and would never produce something I wouldn’t want myself. Aaah, it’s all so nerve wrecking though. This album is all my random thoughts and feelings and ideas over the past couple of years all squished together in a big blob of musicness with extra ukulele magic. It’s so bizarre to think that you lovely people will hear it all and my little voice will sing at you and you might like it, you might dance, it might even make you happy and that’s just amazing. That’s the dream. I couldn’t ask for anything more.

Thank you, you beautiful people. Even if you’ve just found my little corner of the internet and are reading this now. Thank you.

So if you fancy it, and would like a signed copy of the album, you can click here to order one and I will love you forever

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End of Year Round Up 2013

That’s it! 2013 is coming to a close.

This year has been utterly amazing, I thank you all for being a part of it.

Remember to check out the video above for all the highlights and pics with a lot of you guys over this passed year (you can also laugh at the evolution of my hair, whilst I cringe…what was I thinking?!)

Thought in this post I’d play catch up to all the brilliant-ness that has happened over the past couple of months.
Starting with this, my Dumfries & Galloway Life Magazine, People of the Year Award. Given to me as Performing Artist of the Year, how amazing is that?

Then I was spotted on BBC’s Hebburn, little poster of meee:

Proceeded to do some brilliant gigs right through December all the way to Christmas Eve, were I had the honour of being asked onto BBC Radio Scotland on the Culture Show to have a chat and a sing song with the lovely Sanjeev (sitting in for Janice).

If you missed it, you can listen again here:

And that that’s, exciting year just gone, exciting year ahead. Very much looking forward to 2014 and all things ALBUM, dun dun duuun!

See you next year :)

P.S Shameless self promoting about to happen. If you sign up to Team Bestel NOW you’ll get EXCLUSIVE FIRST HAND FABBY GOSSIP about the upcoming album!!! Click here

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Adventures at the Imaginarium Festival in Peebles

Photo kindly taken by Ellie Morag - elliemorag.com

Just for the record, I pronounce Peebles (Peeb-ulls) like Peeb-lees just because it’s fun to say. There you go, just learned something weird about me…not really that exciting, though. Sorry.

Anyhoo, that’s were I was this past weekend. Playing up at Eastgate Theatre in Peebles for ‘The Big Gig’ as part of the 6 day Imaginarium Festival alongside crazy Jack Hinks (with his band, Charlie and Sean) and lovely Georgia Gordon with her cajón player, Isaac. Plus another Shaun/Sean who was rather steampunk and beat-boxed rather well with one of those mouth twangy things (obviously know the technical term).

Thoroughly enjoyed the evening gig and took a little trip around Peebles during the day. Everyone is so lovely at Peebles. As usual I ventured into the nearest sweet shop to hunt for spoggs, which they had *yay*. To add to my collection of spog names (i.e spogs, spoggs, jelly buttons) is Horse Cakes. Yup, in Peebles they’re apparently called horse cakes. Thankfully they tasted exactly the same as all the others (bar the squishy ones from Moffat). So in conclusing yay to Peebles sweet shop but nay (or should it be neigh) to the horse name…

Back to the gig, Dad and I took a few pictures (which I’ll upload shortly) but click here for a video of one of Georgia’s songs. This was the last in her set, an original called Black. Enjoy!

All in all, Peebles seems really nice and I think in future we’ll be making a slight detour there when we’re next on our way up to Edinburger for a cuppa!

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Mumford & Sons ‘Little Lion Man’ Duet

Ahhh it’s my latest cover! Check out all my other covers by clicking here.

I was joined by the lovely Mr Ronan and decided to do a duet type thing which ended up with just me singing and Ronan accompanying me. But it was fun all the same.

Check it out and if you like it, tell us!

Fancy more duets? Click me!

(Ooh, watch all the way to the end for some outtakes – including my favourite spotty mug)

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Tweedsmuir Festival 2013

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I had the absolute honour of being asked back to Tweedsmuir Music Festival for a second year. Tweedsmuir is in their fifth year of this awesomely cute, little festival to raise money for The Crook Inn, which they managed to save with all the money raised in the last few years.

I adored Tweedsmuir last year and yet again it was fantastic this year with some absolutely awesome bands. I filmed myself en route just after we stopped off in Moffat, take a look:

I hadn’t mentioned that in Moffat we also went into a charity shop in which I found these rather fetching jumpers…

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Yup. Snazzy aren’t they *ahem*

I also have some more pics over in the GALLERY SECTION which you can oggle some interesting pictures of Wonka food (which is weird).

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(More pics to follow)

Here’s a couple of vids of the other very talented and awesome acts:

Thank you to Tweedsmuir for having me back and I hope to see you again soon :)

Zoë x

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